President George W. Bush greets fourth graders, January 5, 2004, at Pierre Laclede Elementary School in St. Louis, Missouri. (P36885-10)

Classroom Resources

One of the goals of the education program at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum is to provide educators with easy access to archival materials and ensure that they have the tools to effectively incorporate these primary sources into their classroom. Whether a new teacher designing your first lesson plans or a veteran teacher seeking to supplement existing curriculum, the Library and Museum strives to provide Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) aligned resources that highlight specific topics and empower teachers.

President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush listen to student Janea Bufford read at Moline Elementary School in St. Louis, Missouri on February 20, 2001.

Courtesy George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum. (P20010220-4B)

Lesson Plans

Trying to find lesson plans ready for classroom use? Want activity suggestions for teaching key issues during the Administration of President George W. Bush? If so, check out the Lesson Plans page!

Primary Sources Toolkit

Want to use primary sources in the classroom, but are not quite sure how to incorporate them? Are you comfortable using primary sources, but need new records to supplement existing curriculum? Need new analysis strategies to help students better understand primary sources? Explore the Primary Sources Toolkit page.

Traveling Trunk Program

Looking for an engaging and fun hands-on way to supplement existing curriculum? Consider reserving a Traveling Trunk for the classroom!

For Teachers - FAQs

Have a question that still needs to be answered? Check out the Frequently Asked Questions page for answers to common questions received by the education program.

Other Educational Resources

Seeking additional resources to use in the classroom? Need to access primary sources or lesson plans that have been created already? Explore some useful sites for resources.

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